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Title: The ledger
Uniform Title: Ledger (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Jordan & Luning
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1895
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1895.
General Note: Editor: Adrian P. Jordan.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 79 (May 27, 1895).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002026941
oclc - 32992094
notis - AKL4529
lccn - sn 95026953
System ID: UF00054654:00001
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly ledger (Gainesville, Fla.)
Preceded by: Evening ledger (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Daily evening ledger (Gainesville, Fla.)

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dVOL. I.


AND ABOUT THE TOWN.

,IAT yllti KNOW ANS WHAT
yOU DON'T KNOW.

: l'ifnpuenings In and Around the Oity.
,, e'w &athered on the streets About
S People and Other Thine.-
(' -Can eloiup ere eenii Inbis mar-
L, k t -illy.
Tottoiu prices twholesale an t -etnl)
alwaysi at C. "'. Bsrtlnon & ('o'u tf
Mi.s lJ~I-ll Dusen, of Jackso::v:lle. is
visitfug Mips Lucille ''olcloughin this
city.
Gents' tan shoes, all qua'it'es, at
Mathlsaoo's Shbe Store, if
Mi's Sallie Perry, of Rochelle. is 'is-
itingher. Iriend. Mrs. Banchez, in this
city.
Ladies' tan shoes, elegant quality,
at Mathepn's Shoe Store. itf
The Odd Fellows' Sanitdrium was
thehigh'est point ofe'evation in the
city last night, sure.
The Eleve boys are bere, and are in,
possession of the town It will be a
sad parting when they e-leve us
*"-Genta' hats of all descripft'ons at J.
D. Matheson's. tf
S Mr. and Mrs Vining, of Ormond,
arrived In the city this 'morning.
v ,They will be the guests of b"rs, W. N.
Wilson.
Messrs. A. 3. DaCosta, Jr., and J.L.
Addrews have returned from Hague,
where they have been in the employ
- of E. J. Baird.


They can't, undersell us; pur prices
Share always the lowest in GaineaviJle,
wholesale and retall,'C.W. Bartleson

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C o l " ,
. Mrs..DeTanqud y,eta-. werd you so
;': Irt getting home/lltast'.'ight?" Mr.
S r.Tanqiue-'-Welo-,you know the
0 -_..aJ e. boys ar e'here, and I was on a.
,im"nama eLhatc~wn. ....


;, ',:': ,he-Pg0ll .l ...IB~ --l-
---..-Vao~dt Seminary wili^^l!*l!B B
ti~mo to-morrow for the purpose of se-
lecting teaohliers for another yar.


You may depend on getting~the very
lowest prices wholesale and retail) on
everything in the grocery line at C.
W, Bartleson & Co.'s tf
"' :Rector Leman has .eschewed Web"
ster's dictionary because i' recognizes
', "slang."; He round in it the word
"c ndog," being /a horrible pun on
cuncur, and he says that any dignified
lexicographer who would recognize
Ssuch a word as that is unworthy of
etymological canonization.
'/ W. D. Wells, Jr., of North Gained-
ylle, brought in town this morning a
wagon load of fine tomatoes. /These
tomatoes were grown .n pine land and
are as fnlue as were ever seen in this
market. Mr. Wells has 22 acres in
tomatoes and expects a good crop.
W. L. Hill, of the First National
Bank, of this city, left this afternoon
for Piedmont, W. Va., where he will
remain during the summer. Mr. Hill
is very highly esteemed by all who
know him, and his host of friends in
this city will regret very much his ab
sence. He will r turn next fall.
Three of the students who won hon-
ors at the Seminary this year were
former pupils of Miss Gregory's pri-
vate school of this city, which speaks
in most flattering terms of this lady
as a teacher. THE LXDGER notes this
with pleasure, and wishes Miss Greg-
ory many more such compliments
A local merchant wants to know if
the signing of an agreement to close
stores for a given time means that one
or more houses may shut their front
doors and yei go on selling goods all
the while. He says he signed s uch an
agreement thinking it meant to close
up and quit selling for the time being.
Thanks for kind words, many
thanks; but we are taught that faith
without works doesn't count. Busi-
ness is business; if you wish to see a
fellow live and succeed, throw him a
bone of patronage, buy a ribbon or a
pack of envelopes from hIm. Deeds
and words fit well together.
The Presbyterian Sunday School
will hold its annual picnic at Tusca-


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GAINESVILLE, FLA., FRIDA


will lake on" st Tuesday. It prom-
i (.d ttse a e jeyahle bceaniin. Mflj.
and trs. Te, ch. the (.ormtiiittee ap-
p h Il to 1lIt-l ihe gr',utds penut
ilnu;tu time in I,',ki g up a suitable
pla1,. TusewIll i a e k tautiful spot,
apd tle grnn ds have 'be.n nicely ar-
rengt. for the oae siuni S.veral
neigbbo Ing towns will jiln withi the
Gaiesvi Ile school.
Thegame of bss-b:ill y.ltr.rdaj be-
twpen the.Oca'a thiamin andi our Oak
Ha) a reJ1lted i. vit.or, fur ih.. latter
$by..asedr of 12too. It w:L. *i lively
contest and I brought ojii ilw I,.,,r, skill
on ,hiolh milese. A' large er,,wl wit-
nessed hlie game *i u.I v-uiuy'd t,
greatly. Seems like ithe Oak Halls
would fegin.to find victory monoto-
nous; they 'lick'" every club that
comes along' I there nothing in
Florida thae can defeat them jus'-once
by way or variety ?

A Suggestion For Gainesville.
The Pensacola retail dry goods mer-
chant who fir't carpets his floors, asd
provides comfortable and convenient'.
toilet rooms for the use of lady patrons
will surely capture the cream of the
city trade. Such things are common
enough in all the larger cities, and
Pensacola is not too. small to adopt so
wise and beneficent a policy.-Pensa-
cola News.


To 0ity Subscribers.
All LEDGER subscribers in the city
who have been hitherto supplied with
the weekly have been placed on the
daily list and will be supplied by car-
rier. Any who prefer the weekly will
please give notice.
Those who fail to get the daily regu-
larly will please report the fact to the
office. Weekly subscriptions to the
daily may be paid to the carriers, who
are furnished with blank receipts, tf

The Eleve Association
Etectei afternoon officers .for tle


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ecutive board are-Dr J. F. ECKlintry,
Jr., of this city; i'. M. McQueen, of
Old Town; W. E.1 Broome, E. Hailse
and B. A. Thrasher, of Gainesaille.
The society held a reception at 4 :30
this 'afternoon, which was a rery
pleasant at,'ir.

At Miss Tebeau's School-.
The reporter of THE LEDGER at-
tended the closing exercises of the
above named school this morning and
found the school room already packed
with ladies anxious to hear their loved
ones acqu:t themselves, and their va-
rious friends cover themselves with.
glory. The room was beautifully dec-
orated with various kinds of flowers,
creeping vines and evergreens, and
these mixing in grateful contrast with
the white robes of the girls, presented
a scene at once composing and delight-
ful. '
The exercises passed off without fric-
tion, le: or hindrance. -


Miss Maude Graham received the
first honor and it was based upon pro-
g ess, general deportment and implicit
obedience for and during the entire
term. She also- received a golden
medal composed of a lyre surrounded
by ,an olive wreath, the whole pen-
dant from a gold chain necklace.
Miss Nellie Hunter took the second
honor for same accomplishments as
Miss Graham, and was given also a
gold medal, which consists of a shield
surrounded by a wreath pendant from
a parallel bar to which is attached a
pit.
Master Albert Eddins took third
honor and was als> the recipient
of a gold medal consisting of a shield
surrounded by a wreath of wheat
heads, pendant from a bar. His honor
also was given from the same reason as
above. Other prizes were given for
merit in one thing or another, but we
have not space to mention all this
evening. The school has had an at-
tendance of 58 pupils, mostly girls; the
health of the children has been per-
feet; owing in a great measure to a
large, airy school room, spacious grass-
covered lawns, and a large flower gar-
den around the house.
It is a good school, and we will say
more of it another time.


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The Eleve
The, third annual the
Elev, Asociation of da
l4elmiaruty securedd
ball of lhe Odd Fell
Fully a hundred ladi Ien
were presicnt and enj iou
IA the, u~iuo. I..
The htlrge and esaei as
brille-,lh lighted an ,e-
line1nt was made to the
sn,ei-se. ahd happiness ion
.s-.eles Ibe beauty of
tJ,,ineesille,a good mai lagies and-
genleaien from other p itA' in thbd
stale were present and de' largely
to the pleasure of the eveu'.
Delightful music by 'Eilfedirtists
from Jacksonville added s'charmis'to
the occasion. .

After an hour r m spent in
promenading the hIlls, .j3tting and
renewing old acquamintan s, he signal
for the feast was given a41:the assem-
blage proceeded to thtjqpet hall.
Here wre spread half a.'doze.qn tables
loaded with an array of g'd things to
enthrall the appetite of.ahi-epicure. A
glauce showed that Alr Ityaioe,
the accomplished matr. il'o' was
chosen to prepare the. fe&',lbad dis-
chl4a.rged the task tlioroutb 'd.,.with
credit to herself and tip as citation.
When all were peatei_ -.: 'A..0H.
King, of Jacksonville, pri entof0lihe
association, made a fe* to$priate
remarks, closing by inD^' g"Re'.
C. C. Leman, who invol i,'thhe:.(htvine
blessing upon the occasi . Iij'a who'
had assembled there. r H ieststhen
fell to work and showed .irappr-.
elation by doing foil il,;the
feast.
Next came the Itoasts.fiages
was introduced as ioast s ,h'e "
performed bis p rli
and with great cre
ber of appropriate x.i.
given and. were res1 | a '
a manner worthy of .e .
o who
someoft, ,ho *01 t
gram for w l ab''l :
th~eir. t{


ed a!i s Lok. t heir.
In the opinion of al, it wh a dei
ful ocpcaion, one that will be remem-
bered for manyyeari.to cpme.
The ball occurs to-night in thle alidi-
torium of the seminary 1aud will emd
this week of enjoyment.
00olluns Grows Potatoes.
TALLAHASSEE, May58.-Bon O. B.
Collins, state treasurer, was once dub-
(bed by the Ocala Banner as a "theo-
retical farmer Mr. Collins owns a
small farm, near TallahasseL. This
season he planted'the Burbank pota-
toes, and he is now digging and sell-
ing the finest Irish potatoes ever seen
ia Tallahassee, realizing $4 net per
barrel, while others araelling at $3.
The yield is Itwenat bnrrils to
every barrel planted. Mr. Col-
lins did' not plant the potatoes
for profit, but on the principle that it
is every man's duty to add something
to the material wealth of the commu-
nity in 'which he-lives. A northern
man who saw the potatoes sent a sam-
ple to his home that his neighbors
night be produce, in Florida. Col.
A. J. McDuffie, traffic manager of the
C. T. & G. railroad,also sent a lot of
them to Chicago, to be paced on exhi-
bition at the company's, offee in that
city.


Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Head-
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded d habitual
sick headaches yield to its influen-e.
We urge all who are afflicted to pro-
cure a bottle and give this remedy a
fair trial. In cases of habitual consti-
pation Electric B tters cures by giving
the needed tones to the bowels, and
few cases long resist the use of this
medicine. Try it oie. Large bottles
only 50 cents at WV;. .~LA-'s drug
store. j1 .. ".--alv


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Our services are free. We don't charge ariything for
showing goods. We're are so proud of the stock we like
to show it off. It's your business to buy or not, just as
your own good sense dictates. We are glad io ,have you
look-glad to have your opinion.


We place on sale to-day a new line of' LADIES' WAISTS.
',

.- A nice WAIST, with
Laundried Collar and-.


Cuffs for 50c; another
at 65c; another for


75c.


The prettiest C arm-
ent shown this season,
White Cambric Waist,


Standing Collars, for
$ 1.00.


TO SEE IS TO APPRECIATE.
B -A nice line of. TIES and SHIRT WAIST SETS for use
with these indispensable garments.

Stringfellow & Company.


Pinters ni Prices.
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..ds'- Yard Wide Bleaching, per yd. $1

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1. .h a.' .' .' .' '* C
Wodl Challies with silk stripe, .... '
Hooks and Eyes with Hump, ...... 1
Spool Cotton, ', C
Beautiful Hem-Stitched Handkerch'fs,
Gents' Shirts cheaper than anywhere else.

WE SELL SHOES


.( And bought them before the ad-
vance, to be shipped as ordered; therefore

YOU CAN BUY FROM


us cheaper than elsewhere.


on us.


Call


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J. W. MARSH.


This Week Only.


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L. J.BURKHIM.


t=,h1-IF' A T-TIN G-r.

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For Fine Repairing on


WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY, we do the

'best work at lowest prices.


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$3.50 Tan Shoes
at

Red Front Store

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... ,. :Fulre IAWTYES OF GISVI .E.-
...., -.nor l .', Wi. .a-.
Ag"... iad in the way of thE success ofihe ,doubt that the afer- 0--
R.-. ,, as Florida Seinanzary -Jt is n4twie paper of the future.. o I 1IIt
. ,',. ,ING. claims of 'individuals nor sympathy sng paper m them- .'
:, -' ,for them ibut the present and future tired of aspedg the cioe opp EiloPr0 iy oa.
.lar. m.TAB, PmTmro. interestspf the institution itself which p indrudgery. They ,. -'ON:'. '
the boasd ofeducation should consider .'liae everyrhdy else --
S THE EViNJOe I.JXOBB, pMubifed every If the superintendent has been so f- ATTroMHrs .T rw.
S ena.e da. barr unfortunate as to make enemies piIetalthenee oI1awltdcor, upstirs.to U.B laIndOrIce. -TH-- "
,n the etyr, or matoed to&" part of the Thiteid re51rd
Stga pos9te free. for s60 a wear, r-i. ds enough to seriously retard the ances ofnowdays than .
mouth. l.b three emobs.or 4;cenM4 or one-of fhi eflfrtl in-bet ofo theseminary, with .the complete 'NLE& CPP. T APP
H inonth-strictlyi a ivance. the fact would wafant the governing vis everylhin for its
ThE .rEK bLeDGErri a e o board in making a change, in trying porary to follow and ATToRNEr AT LAW.
l lhe reit ~sotbewe k.l1Ltate and Oen- to secure otme one who cofid enter to coJy. s no"empty boast. The Office West -ide Squr. over W la's Drug EV
4* eral, fo iptiJon pouistali free, to any part- upon the work without being handi- r f judge for himself. ---- L-
* of the o IedStatesorCinmads fort.a yer capped byany considerable prejudice Ta ~T ant."story," as neges- CRAM L. PILDES,
In a ees in ocal colm cen r qpioton. ax -paa .n.P It wiol be seen that ATTORNEY AT LAW. "r"
Wide or alt JiMertloca. l 6 plants a hutm fr To make a success as the. head of the th ppe has what the pub Ofice W_,t S9d of Square, upsai in T.o_- 1i
,sebuamieaneltserylto. seminary, vidntlyy requires some- li-..time before the morn- -. LEDGER .'
Bustiuneseoilesfaspecial CIumn ont coet .thifog m0Ver9an ability,to teach The in~ -c. F. s CHEZ
Sword it.erU gatlrq o man w ertakes it shouldbeboth --.hY .prpved any day by E. A TA w *
wr.. o.rtier i f Ut tsold n w d y b A'IRN, AT LAW, Would be pleased io. quote"
r4te of 76 cents for a lprosner I and f150- enMts t.acher.,0 -diplomatist, active, pro- w telegraphic. news col- o-" I. Uieut
each .bg tiB ue n n. -.'op jgreissve,bt ambitious, determined to tri- umns. Once corner uninn si Unicn:-ty. rreers.
knRatesfonr fPlaed avertsement W amph. Sach a man, in these days b., Here is laeargu enbt News' is the pT. VIRNON LUDGE NO. 20 K. of P. P. ices on:
knoAllewn on e ld made b progress, is not very hak to find, and doingsof.ep, or fthigs. men have re. e ''udy e.ning in Maronie
S mc neyorder, or regatered letter. pyableto it might be well to take time to.look made. lMensleep inthe nigh'. They Ball. Visisml, brthe[,x crs no l.
r JORDA. LTJiING-, for him. .' *do!? in tie day time.. Electricity these H. S. HUAIPTN. T. R. N a -
O GAurIVnV1LE.LORIDA. The future of Ihe.seminary depends daysacanr Te'everything- the day it
u, upon the superintendent more than happens. 'Pliesi doings all get into LAW'S EMPLOYME.T AGENCY ill HIel(IS, S *
THE LEDGER has no malice, no upon* any one else. If he is a man theaTfternoon papers. (Matia's Store, Opera Houie Bioek)
cause for malice. with the requisite qualifications and is Thie aflferuoon- papers '-are crowding GANESVaiLiE, FLORIDA Note Heads
coi sulted in the selection of bisa assist- their mdrninineiglbor5. The' later
Three negroes were lynched in Polk anls ind given some auJhority over have already gotten- so they have to- Tieolert of tbis Aee dFae for-the couyn
count. 'Wednesday night. Usual of- them, he can remove all other obstwa-depetld .lar.ly oli their Sunday and and 'or hose desirin iLaons. Envelopes,
fene.' clBs to the building up and -idvance- weekly edi forsiibslstence. There DERY T.V.L .
to... a .RY T.TV. rLAW..
ItI may safely be asserted that, no ment of.the institution. is not a -large city in the South in Stltelletl ts, r

otherstate inthis republic is blessed The responsibility \ rests, with the' which theAeir'plltion of'the afternoon I
with" better public school's than board or educationn. They will un- paper is notflager,t.ha& the morning L LEADINC ATTEH.,
Florida. doubtedly discharge their duty con- paper. ,.,,- Ca, T ,. ,, S TION
T--e- e ea--o scienl icuily, and having done so, the I TIs s
The pommencement season wllsoon people should abide by ibeir decision Have all your station y printed at J Posters IE i'
be over n. 41l part of the state, and and unite in giving the seminary and THE LED office. Work first el s '. p GAIVEN.
.,the nsake.editors of the Times-Union .its officers a cordial support, and prices v.-ry low. "
and other rural papers will have a .EAST SIDE SQUARE. DodgerS, TO
change. STATISTICS Havealhlvour d,'aing done by C'.
TjBi GAI'NiSVILE 1Aftlv LEDGEa Far Le it from this paperto impeach ed., o7tfdeivery; low charges DEL & Prorie A d RDERS
Is the latest acculslibn to Florida 'the reliability of statistics given.by au- L. L .
Journalism and the Tribune hopes that thority, 6ut,, as may be known, there All
it will prove- a howling successafrom are statistics and statiStice. NOTICE ..0 .O LOSUE SALE. V l .V
the start -Tampa Tribune. Touching 'the seminary statistics sue oT robiremd '-an rered O th- Kinds
given out, this week, it may be remark- h dayf :b55, by H4. t to POrk -
T L- belongs tlonoe cque or ed'. that the most .sat isfactory school bthJudize Circultin and'forlaehuaounty 'r'
faction, frs'no candidate for anymof- stnatistics u cai Cir o pe1unkini ond tor 'chn 01ry
flce, I's tied to nobody, and seeksonly t at ca be n, are those. e is co a Sage, me, o
showing the actual average weekly or plan indL. Ells d i(li, his,
In all -questions the greatest good to w re.and tse r,r a le. tIn lgeatestnumb r.eatends solely moPthly attendance. This, in the i3,a'corpoa 6 e thelaw sofSt -I t Dressed Pou.ltr. P N I ,
on It st' b s s present case, appears essen ia re afrtial to a eoial maste a 'aipolntm t -" .. ,
S:clear understanding by th- board of co urt tpubw ou.era tbiore o b -r .11'
Bqother,Farmer,'ofi thdLevy Times- educationn, The total enrollmentisnot huacsuba Fri. i tF'rb oPaine' i I Dlive ied .ShQr.l Notic .to icp to Ali,'
In July. 1810- 6W 'thii r'daY~rhereofb..'. art
ep erat isa deoed'.. ltbh mem- a fair index, especially if it be true, as 26n5 r thh iofnthe Citl.; ,
esp g, .*a 'tf hub "advises alleged, .that it includes about twen y,- an'o ,t .. .. .. 1'i
t &rds: R" emner w hat. -Ave Ior ,more, who entered from the ad bel0 6u atnd o P "".'. I ". ,..' .
i 'say when the game public school during lhe laIt t.wo ouri, ha of '
Sit, L;Patience- and months,. ., t "untyiit f -, DEhLES
t, r 10. b olt d be interesting au.do l, p raing
L yvaluabbleto know what the at t al e iy o





a ko *" ..be. ar producyd '"in e .....aewk) an" drroe the goeror ytapp de NOTICE 'sT f N, .K, r1
t e ntn t reche a mp p N. O..L
M1 !&dsm .-va .valiuable 'raAr --eayot. vI ,]._'_.._ iEdrd.s: .LrlS(P

4 s l oe o sfien s-fp it hend e 'hm Were ,to s'Fieedelery too dal par ll .tyE NN


ry. g i o' ay'Tb aeOrae wek o monthly O.".
g .... t t. i,,r go to n t,.ra.t iron. Hc ^ c hl ^f. of ~ E I ,.,,. ..... p:. .
,o'tsde of Florih.a d-.e o may wish to I t is the criminals that wil get the .'iVote.bh .. P,pg, h tUJu crc ilers,
change their location. Theries.. .'te- beste of the tight Letween the governor ncVoau boir ad Ose thingss and a general stock .

w ryit flge a thing in h whole.calbe ostf orida and thejudgeofhe city .oud~b.s. of all plumbing goods iAteso are iin E. Nov... .-S.
lpue of e l o, rdey 'anst orhard court ofveo the city of Jacksonville. as it is tin artiqy1-ir led tho b I B 'Ii Lt I ]igL U PA Midn
Svwnd usohem1paof to -teguspipngsaand .' "- '' t gupipusa. UESIESI- I. .
arops o.frthe United Statbe that cannot is being waged dcm present. Th judge atd the defend- water in yOUr houSe at the lOW- Train NR. oir r : Tii Es.Sunses T)I'7NoM .
.be sieosfoslly p-roduced in Alnet ua. Is vesed hecauae the governorsetahide o an .d n" th a st cash prices. Estimates fur- No.i~. .. 2. Son N. I.. No. -L
C ounty. 6 arm sentence .tha ie had t.e u rono. r bof r'o...E _[.V RfoleEr Foi' eeto pLfa orf;0 a nImic r aR E
ti prominent politician, hence tore reno t iiMoet'. .Wishing work 'one will CaO'.,Lt lo y -i ,v: s~f- ,p


tide of sl oi eptri c 4 may wish jdc It s the criminals that -wil geo t the P ftwen Oe save moneys bath lto see il a I l
ofiexposing men to th killing beat governor by clearing the jail at Jack- iert dole anl prethtr e Pullc u i-- rokoms d'or li"'--Y ii iS ^',l "ll
d beea nor bshte by po neso r isl s ollS o e l o t of f cE mmac F.rp ar dl b Con o iNb P O n at b l old Touncil ro- *6 sa w
la bpingle thgun anh wholeon .calnd opaf ordt and thejhudgera e city s l of all plumbing goods. A03sreo are In re Nov. ,. ju01.
heat and review and inspect hhe. out of th jai le. as it It Rape ar ig by aaUdav iat appe r E dI 1 to We




gue. Morf e, of ew York wae s oer- thus detract from his political h i yo MsA. D. prepared to pt as iins and, r
reps o.f the lted gtate that e cannot si s beng waged Te present. Th judgeao a cto an eelberh.e defe tr n d- water in our house at he w- rai N aily Ex. 6 MnhS. TI, o.
poee.nae in thie fo l e das ofe-a ckonnon-reale wihe to p t eo dents o t fcaasee. ormt 11. Noi. f- IA, S.
.be stiereua y produeed in Alehua. "sve beeauehe governor Seta ide Sel o7G adntsey arq'TIMdEntsoEthhof e ae,
li dinh andatuse.is At o R par C



antte. equth ofevry m scmteha aveeito f the f u.'ic' p I Dryon the *SOOL FOE IuBe I ATIO




outdo lgets cool we other should ot fair to them that a lot o onvicts 0 A -
gton g h e, lis tof hey kills.g bead vs III b v
Stheof th e ity court should be turned o. oEl or.fIr go'ia ona 4 IiWrN Yi, TE i.
o olnqthe uoribnl., ifio diea n o ernor by clearing te jfaib at Jac- t unela t o Iinof Cm plaint tiled i ill OK.or, a l 4




.inof those negroes in Lafayee cpun- causone of a lot ofrence between tahhe ic& re a nd u i'e i day" below old rounci a rooms. I4- am
Jsune.an S.oDers: arl pat.e wilgouto of M. y o 'L% 8'41d -.H Wit the 1e% oA




detyr broiliorteg sun an d gove-il ern ors and apparent, unless the judg hopes v o Itsfrteraor of thorderSUWANNEE be EOul.. 1d4 1 .,"-'. 7'
noieds onare require uevised to ad ou pears that a premium is being pt With doubled o trough Pullman a reeela '. Ipm Da




prevent people feom imposing such uo lawlessness in Florida.--Savan- slIEep FLYEr and "oT. Ls BE E 0 Lt- 0 Ar Toledo 4 1m 7O2tm
tales on the'newspapers and nspecthe sponsible for the jail delivery, and h.b nadcouETand state. -OI w..luano .. 0. IN~Pm 2-m
powered in fby hact it anougdtt9 be madeamis- S strength. In the meantime thee UICKSTEP." Only line running t m
'yestefdaywanle engaged in Lhisb fol- t17onbe to-niht hay b e,J. ffro.WoRensoa. Ar FAST TIME




a. N ,o eeo .... t d nrg INEST POOL AND BILLIARD t pc of orlgnl ; Deputy Clerkm VId.,
ishress. If the country mus hIi there ar 1csngos, dal yp. meDn t





Ssend to a newspagents cool weather s tory bf in the fairto beds, 13 chairs in the room oo r ing car to Nsvie via Waycross s t ite
ferbe selected drtrhaoa oro bthm uitrorgopant 'e or..
man in the country is willing tomake. dent takes the trouble to wir e this to points in GeorgiaYSTEM and Tennessee. HU a A
TLAhat horribly story.Hb[uE ISn youlooser Jpon. tha tommunihy, osuria Onea.: a .






at the request of every man nbo has stitioum circumstances has attended unin Ideot), St. joiso sleer 7i4 receive prompt attention.OT O BI
hold its own let itn be kicke forever was numbered- o 3, it had 13 sections rve at Macon, 4 "20 p.m.; Atlanta, 8" ay1F ao 4r ip
from the list of money metals. If the and was killed bya vote of 39 (3 times ., and arrive at Macon, 4:05 a. m. m fi
restoration in the UnitedeStaies doe-se 3) to st. Ts bigs ing, it e A TO No O. .menr a i2ne
no" conquer the world, if It does not the 13th and first came up for disegs- connections to all -int, North and "rrra o 1 andrve t aa ........... ,p JO!a .
Aent peop .re beimsitg Ih i o ow ticket agens, and f furt er Tovhomit Flayod.e--a: t-e seeinear s ee, ow. 4asib
,tesnt not haco ptes awe b v itho fu it O w o in IEon FallEo ai o onSp. LOU IS a DR tb ioHao I, ,ti tprv


question or eqnuvocation, then let Springs will vote on propcstion t A. AW oe Pass Agent, county uJe ai r sa ont, my tin o sadla. va for. 'hmaunto MI ih
uespionn wilf votont-eprop soto + A- -,-_ ,'- vouchers as amin2istrari.x of the eiatez 4 my Springs. Fla.; Bejemin-Doeglof Irih
dAop and make an end of s.--ampa
drop and make an end of it.-Tampa donate $500 bends to ad in lodat~n 'w est ,~ksonville, Fla. late husband, et Wilson, asked to be dis- Springs, til : 1 J itof ifJg prla, .
loag G A. MACDOA'j, P. A.~ ,E charged. admy bondmenreleased. la,; ery Jones, g a.
Time, there the shops of the Plant Systemn. con, Ga. "HANNAH I - i. ltofnv. M. Ao, per4
jO-dlwm ,-Administriats. dor's fee paid,--17-w .

.. .. -. '




THE LEDGER: MAY 3t 895.


A DOG ON HIS TRAVELS.
Had, S6 Tcket, but Knew Where U6
Wanted to XLeave the Train.
'I was v-;trw i tei. other day," write
a correenk-nt of the Londm& Specta-
tor, "of limt I had only heard of before
--a dog traveling by rail on his own ac-
n.mmL I g< into thn train at Uxzridge
road, and the compartment being vacant
took up tbhe wat which I now prefer-
corner seat at the; renratuw with the
k to the engine. Presently a whole
owd if LAli, g'a in. anTi withrb thm a
dog, which I[ap; ',,d to t-long to them.
All thp ladiol emxept one got omL at
Addison rctul. and tieI the dog slmnk
acroM the carriage to just under my seat.
I asked my remaining fellow pauaenger
whether the dog was hers. She said
'No.' No one got, in before she herself
grot out at Smth Kensington, where the
dog remained perfectly quiet, but ar
Sloane square a man was let in. and out
rushed the dog. the doxr actuaUy graz-
ing hij Aiddt Had he not taken nup the
preris place he did, he must have been
shut in or crushed. "That dog is a stow-
,, Lobserved to the porter who had
lwae doo. 'I suppose he is,' the

.. The dog was making the best of his
1the stah i Clearly the dog meant
out at that particular station, (he
"Ttf-had wnjplo opportunity (if getting
out both at AddJlin road and South
Kensington), and had, as soon as he
could, taken up the best position for do-
ing so. Bow did he recognize the Sloane
Square station, for he had had only
; those two opportunities of glancing out?
It seems to mo it can only have been by
Counting the stations, in which case he
must be able to reckon up to five.
"The dogwas a very ordinary London
I our, white and tan, of a greatly mixed
Scotch territr stock, the long muzzle
showing a greyhound cross. He was
thin and apparently conscious of break-
ing theo law, hiding out of sight, and
linking along with his tail between his
legs, and altogether not worth stealing.
I suppose that ho had boon transferred
to a now home, which had proved un-
congenial, and was slipping away in
foar and trembling to his old quarters."


A Remarkable Pulpit.
The Mechlin cathedral pulpit is re-
garded as the second finest in the world,
the finest, having been done by the same
artist for the cathedral in Brussels. The
., writer, who has seon both, while a -
Snitting pointts of superiority in that of
SBrussels. prefers this, which is. 4n--he
cathedral at Mechlin. It is mga .
Sand the flgures of'Christ anmiot
',n atelife size. The odin
'...,o d bj,"6. k leaves twined
"L=--Z a~b rom i the.groi d ,m
E pl' i z.ichIAis app


,. J. s530-


Successors to James I. Doig-


GAINESVILLE


S .L,


: FOUND


- A-rTID -


Nlachiine


X'orks.


All kinds of Castings nmde to order. Repairing and
all kinds of Machinery a specially. Satisfat
guaranteed. Address,


Gainesville Foundry and

Work. P. 0. Box 19j


THE TROPICAL TRUNK LI

Jacksonville. Tampd and Key West Railwj
JOSEPH H. 1DURKEE, RfEcdier.
THE FLOi A SOUT'PHEBRN AJLROAD (.' (.
INDl'AN RIVER STEAMBOiT COUMP '4. tR. B. CABLE,
JUP l'ER AND LAKE WORTH RAILWAY.


rOUTH. lTime Table.
Nu. 1.. No.M No.- 3. Corrected to December 23, 1894.
t 8Opm *1 'pm 8 am I.v. ......... Jacksnlle ........ Ar
pI a it .m 31am Orange Park.....................Or e Pa k .... ......
Ll 1l5 pm ...............i ul01 am ............ Magnolia Sprniv.g ....... .
il0am '.j p 43 pm 908a. ...............Green Core prins.............
Si10 pi '23pm 1000am .......... ......... Pumka ..........
12 2 i am ............... Ill um ................... .B ffoi Bug .. .........
ISam 5 pm, 0 lo ... .... .. ... Sa .umia......... .. .....
11 19 ..am .......... IAJ um ..............l... 6 co.... ........ ........
1I-' -. am JSOi pm 10 36 am ..... ......... l'o ..a ..... ....
J3 a ..... ..... i4 am .... ...... Co ............. ..........
12 I a 316 pmi 10 47am ......... .........untton...... ....
1 L3am 3411pm 1 10Lm... ............ evilie.. ..........
1 3:'am 3 50pm 511 am ............ ...... Pi ty. .i....................
Sa ............... 11 im ....................... Elridrgt.... ... ............
S T4am 3 pm 11S2 am .................BAarberijti..............
S1.Umpmpm 42m .............. DLonSprings...............
31 sm 4 12Jpm 11 l 1)am .......... ilenwoud...... .............
.'o bam 1 24pm 12 08 pm ................Bereaord ..............
.............. 4 50pr l-'.H~pm Ar....o ...n:i (:..:Lv ..
4 10Pn S m 112 .i,pm Ar......-..... Lan................. .L
.3,Z)5pm Il3r,1,ni Lv.... -..r.
8 [um 4.1 pi 1222pm w............Orange City Junctlion.............
i..5bam 4 i pm 0125pm a..............Ent.rprse Junction.............
,0 .iam) 5 10pm b 100pin Ar .......... ....... anfolrd.................. Lv
.t .,5am h S b pm 14 4p2 p .............. Alt.m onte .prilnls...............
ii 11am 02 rm Ibb pm .................... Winter Pare..................
7 4aa. 6156 Um 210pm Orlando ..............
S07a in 60pm 246 pm .................... Kiashnmeo ...
I o1r, pm 801 pm 4 pm Ar................ .... ...........Lv
120D 1 i blpm b620pm Ar.....................Tampa............... Lv
12 46pm 10 25pm 600 pm Ar............. Pon Tampa .................. Lv
..12 .. i pm 8 05 am uv...................Jtw keonvtlle................A
..... 2 45 pm tlU I1 am Lv....................Palatkas...................Ar .
8.32pm 1055am ...................... Inerlachen....................
4 1,% pm 1140am ............. ..... oHa vthorne.................
"''". 4 Jo pmi 12 02 pm ........... .. ....... oohetle................
.......b...... 00-m ':35pm Ar. anesi e I ....Lv .
4 .. i pm 01 35 am Lv ... ...... .0 lnesville. ........... r, i
b 5US. pi 1245pmi ....................... Mfce nopy................
......... 4 5 pm 1233 pm .................. EvinEton. ................
"' ......... pm 1246 pm ................ Orange Lake. ...........
t.i O t 0m .1 40 p .. .... .. ,.. O d ... ...................
728 pmin 320 pm.. ........ ......Frutland rark ........,...
............ 7 10py 31183 pm Ar;................. Leesburg..................'L. v
9 pm ............ 0 00pm Ar.................Pemberton ..............Lv.
........ .....9. 9435 pm r.0 pinm:Ar.............. ..Brooksville ..,.... ,..... Lv
2. rm oila .Lu.... .......'..;.'Ar
6.f ..... 30pm ,120,pmin Lv .. .ar t'rd,.m .... .: ,
,..,... f 700 am f 5.0L piM iLv......:............Ba to ......,;..
g:'T4; 7,30 am, 3ipm' ............, Homelad.;;:.,; ,,
810 m 5 -0pi .1:.. ........ P f Isl
.. ~ v~ ow~' re ~*9
4~ 4%k5 .'ili~l~r.~., 1~~~kitt'l ~ ~ M'


No. 32. 1
7 00am 3
6 '1 am 2
a 49 am 2
S45 am
4 45 am
4 13 am 1
409 am 1
4 tL a m m
356:am 12
3 51am 12
345am 12
3OAam U
258 am 11
252am 11
238am 11
2 1'am 'U
.......... A0
... 11
2$am 10

12 aS im i /
12 10 am i
11 55 pm
S 30p m g
7 20pm

...
...........
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....,......!
......... ..
.L|


0 pit- 1... ...
lt po 2,7"pm
Man -1 33pm
41 aia 113pm
36 a ...............
33 a 1255pm
23a. 1235pm
17 a ............
'05 a 32 am
0'20 ai .,i............
30 .......
II ... .......
S43aT 00 al o
S20.mm 110 am


4! .38
o Daily .34 1,2 :D 1 DalyyNORTHERLN POINTS
Sun ex DailriaJ$]Dal ex
ni ______ sn I
8 4 ui lp. .....' ., '3 7l (Joa;Lv. .J.ckDonville...Aj
.01i 4'p...... l030st bjl', ; 4 Lv-.--Yulee......Ar
1o tOA 5.ap ...... .11 ls ttf' ........'Ar_ Fernandima...Lv
.... ... ........... 8ip 940 ". ....Everett..-..Ar
........ .. .-.. i .. Br. n wick..... L
....... ... .. 10 p I 2a, Sa aniah...."..
....... ........ 4 'Jp .- 10 14p II 310aLv. .. Saanush Ar
..... 6135p, S1a 12a ilpAr Fairfax, S. C Lv
........ ........ 9 pi6 ... .. j. a AuuEmsaGa....."
......... 0p ." I la 2lop "_Dnmear. 3 C. "
....... ........ ?40a 03 43 p! Columbia.SC...-
........ ... .... ......... = .... ........ S m anburae.SC"
........ ......... =. ............. I .Ar erville. N C..
.. ...... ;... ..... =: ; 1 :;ip, "...Charlotie,. N C .."
...... .. ....... .. 8 I7a 9S p -" Sn ist "ry.N C ...'
.............. 10 15a 0 t4Sp Greensboro. N C"
...... ...............1...I. t 40a L a UlpI ".. Danvile, Va.. I
........ ................... -4 *, t ........ "...Richm ond, Vs...
....... ....... ......... l 4 iS 1 45p I 5a Lynchburg, Va ."
......... .. ...... 4 'i. 3 a! l ..Charlortevillce.-"
.,(..... ....... ... ':p 2a .Washinglon.... ."
....... ........Iz5 ; 11 251 1 aa "V'. .Ba t' m ore .
S ... .a 0i'p Philadelphila..
S.........- ... -. 6 'ma 12l .New York ..


Daly Daily

941i Sp
9i5t ......
42a 60p
.5Ma 4'4p
5 46a 4 31p
3 50a '2i2p
....p ........
3(05a 1 46p
I 3us II l(a


........ T7id
747p 60ta
610p 44-1
.... 1235a
........ 248a
22-p IOa
11 ]Ia 10,05)
942A 837a
12 l5a 3 .2f


at 314


31
Daily
ex
Sun.
8 45a



a-
ide

SC

wZ~r

-a ,
52w
L-m


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39
43 D1a;! 91
tauly ex Sun.
Suin oult.
....... 4.3p .ifp
...... 403p j:1 6p
...... I to. 4 Op

.... ...... ..
. ....... ......
S 2 a ...... ........
SIfa .........


int Through Day Coaches Jacksonville to Washington on No. 87 and 38.


CINCINNATr-JACKSONVILLE.
I _


HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE.


HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE.
To St. Louis. Ghicago, t ioux Ctly


I No aj


: ChicagoToledo, 540pm Lv.........Jacksouville .....ArlOir10
._PS Detroi, Clove- o -S 600am Ar.......... Atlanta ........Lv 114pm
PI 1 .c pland. Lonvile. S' t2i'n' "........ Birmingham .. 255pm
S Neshvitje, 'ln- ". 750pm "...... Holiy'Sprtng..... 720am
r [,i" dia s Q^ 730am .......... B Loui.......... 730pm
II. 15pm .......... Chleafao........ r 5pm
Sanm 5l p Lv.JacaounviileAr'1030aml 92Sup 730pm ...D.. Dubuque......... 730am
9 40am 815p Ar.. Everett ....Lv T.'5aml 6 tp 700am ......... ...Sluux City.......... 8i0Jpm
4oDm 2aI i....A.Mancan.. 2"I.am'l.Oa Through Pullman sleepers t.. Louis and
81)am 0 I tla.... 1145pm Jaqksonville. tleepers through Chicago or
... 12. Cbattanooga t4)pa b 45d Sioux City and Jauksounille with but Iuhangc.
*.*.... 7 "'p inImnnau,.. Sailam 8o0p
-- KANSAS CITY LINE.
Si Through SleenerJacksonvlile-Holly Springs. 4i
Hollv Sp'gs to Kansas City, one change only "
Day C.at h on No. 00 though to Atlanta. Mouri. Arsan India
No.6 10lIourl sA ransasIndia,i.I
3 No..36 Territory. No. 31 '

a nn 10 p ". ...... Memphi......... 2am
9 15am .Springlleld. Mo......' 6 10pm
5bu. pm "........... Kansaa lt ......." 10 m
NOS, i: Ncs'":
nods i aNd.- 2u th and West Florlda and New Non 7, Nos. 8 a n
U________ Uily. Daily. Orleans. Daily. Dally. ___ "
....i--.-. mO.L. .L.v .Fern ndina ............ Ar pT
am L .......... llaha ..... ...... r 855pm
1135pm ouamnLr ........ acksonville ...... Ar "6 0am 4 U0pm
lttpm 1u42am Ar ............ Baldwivi... ......... Lv Boana Ipm 8
.' tOaml U 5.am, "" ... ..Starko ............. 4 oba 202p
S L'88am I 12n pm.. ..........V.--W lJdo ............... 329a 186pm
r Oam M '. ........ .. aldevidl ............ 02pm ll'1am .
... ...... 600pm ..........C 0daT Key........ ... ....,7 740am e
..2ir'. 4pm 156pm .. ......-awnIA............... "24am12 4pm O
........... ........ 20.2am....112 m
;. I ..... 31p '" .......... ;ilver pllD ... .. .-........ 118 am m O
3" > cidam '248pm ......c.... .. Oca.a........... I 06an 11 19am 0 .' Q
Sa" ... ..... ............. Homof aa........ "' .700km 0
'4 42 4"pP ...... Wildwood. .......... U4Opm 1018am W
-', 6 1 6'a im 420pm ............ LeTOasburg ......... 015pm 9g Sam 3
7 am 14 47pm .........aae .... ... 9pm 10am
.I. I. .C D .
10 m B1pm W. .DOi.inte ...r... 4 5m
..' ../. 5 .S- ...... 5 p ... r er Pa.k........... ..... 8 01m 0 .
C tfam 44PI49 ...... ..... Ls'oochee......... 9 48pm 910am. 0 "ri
.- W'. ...'.. 'OOpm ........Tarpod Sprlpgs. .... .. ... Ti 00am _. ,,
"'.9 p, ,. '.t. *9lpr .... ..Sutherland. .. .... .' m l'i- '



7"; t-'7 "7 B ~.--' : '. T a ... -.. ; ,-.i
,l '.rLy, ., '"* ,]' m ' m E .;^...'.'.-.}Jaeks .~tnvi le:,..-,..... ...A. ,,8 6.am m L }'

,M...1. .s..


I.,.
I. .
Ar,.
it
/-~i t


o itd ridr" 'It looke..4i though, .I' 1p- 0A&,-. an P --. t .. .. -
S .ia i t ha-l pproahed m Ar ...a. .. Oimnl .,....L 2 .88pm i6 l r A Lm..-:
J'4- narw .P1 '1?9 bnea, hudeed "a';lm hr..&-.r..,,::DaatoiL;..!.,...Lv 2 19popn. ,.6 J6'pm Ar;.....'N iyt?.t:s
c a .h.edlesy'and? been hrled to .
l.'i' rt a preci if lh'e -DalLv.'',Dally except brdd ,. -fu al'hDu ep Mod bay: aSunday anl]-,
ofedtto l o e i. precipco., xin y TraLni 2,:--dnd'32'cnrry..through Pullman .Bues,'lees ri d1ily et it.W & 1 6
,''pl nntion-o'. th designs nCigiven y m ,a connectlong at Port Tmpa on l6ndayR' Thuridays., and:;t 8i Piay1@'.4 (
the, gido at the' cathedral; nor i many Hateb. 'I rans '35 aLnd.78also' crry tht uph 'ullman.Bu L SIC : ?.e
'bookti visitoat andNregular worshipers 'INDIAN RIVR TEAMEf.S are appointed 'tope t,.llo;W 4l P Ao,vt
I'e tl libetr, to',,interpret it, to please Leave TItusv llle 7:30 afm. Monday, WednJsday*.: and A.Fr s ta'S i
Enal w t la din gs. ieturiUJnq.leave bleibourde at r,.to a. m.-Tued I. ays.',P d
themeve-Brooklyn Edag. dnys; dueTI ile 3.00.p.m...'
.-... Leave Tittisrille for, Jupiter MoqUlays, Wednesdaya, ando.Frlrays't.8 eo ,
Onon o'o o ,m p "4:')P..!m foltowlIn day.'onneet lowwlth J. i& L; .W R'y or PFalm Bedch'a" d t
[ .. k. a i ,Lake o.h Returning, yeaveI JuIlierTuesdays, 'Turtdasai: ; anoati u a
', "I don't. lmow o abetter article of T us" ie.0 n. r ol owingday. ,W...B ..':,:;,-
diet, during -an, epideino' of smallpox o- sn. J.. 'up iaSoa ibheer R. tid it'r
: i' than' raw onions, ', said Dr. Barbour of '. ACKRLY General passenger A-er.Jalkaonnlle. Fha
the City, hospital yesterday. "A liberal -
u, use o them is the best thing I know of .
-to'prevents contracting the csease out- '
'sidd of vaccination. The tion of an
;,.. o ion the presence of smallpo! is
peculiar. 'If yon put an onion in a room -
i.nfeqted.with any manner of disease bth. Tline Card ln Effect March 24. 1895.', ,Trams wril leave Dally a A
a' than smallUox, the onion will thrive. ,e ,Fvast ste A' 10;
S.But put an'"opion in a mkallpox ridden A' Maros. I Maln Exres U fi
,,h aid die so No. 82 ii it. I.
;;room, and i.',will -ither aid die so w ,-h
rk' pidly that y6u are almost able to see L i'vo a ,.pa o ............. ..... ... ........ ... 81.jS3 8 'I
it: This shows How the o aion absorbs '*am ......
tho btison of the disease sad, -manifests Piu .... .. .. ... 1 m 0 IO 'p nO 10 '
what a power it.is,as a disinfectant :'- ~ P"' (i d. ......... .2'2 .' p. I I
g sa d.^...L ............ .. ... ........ .r ........ 200 a;m 2.00 a m' -
S antli or... .......... ............. .... ..... b 45a 6 45 ain4m S
S' George EUoL ome. ne ...... ...... .... .. sOam.am :4,j
.'A visitor to 4 Cheyne, walk, Londoni, gl0ht -- m. .190 am, -.
naked tho keeper. "Did George Elio Galneee. ........... ..... ........ ...... ..
% ..e h....... : ':::::: ....8 ,a:- "-........ ?am 2 .
live, "Mrs Cross lived'ere and died ere, ........... ......... .......... V....am 10oo ,A 8.W.

s! .'.'B -r--Boston Tra cript. w- *'d n*rhonanioe ..... .......... ....... .... .. ....... ...... :.... .50pm -"-'
SBruns ick i l e ...... .............................. ..... ....... 20 ... p .. ... .

Alb i y h g ., .. ..... .......... 0.. ....... 5 1 :
"Wa. Cryouss lived 'ere and died 'ere, ny.. .... .... -- :r ;:-0 p




''* accepted by The, Asterisk?" -' Columbuiy ..........a ......... ........... -'" ,"**-* n ^'' "
'a "No yo see t s igne d itebbi g t,'an-d BlnsP. m... ........ ....... -.. .1--- ......1 -.-..... 1 -"- in 1. 10;L
Ss m .aannan........................... .- ... 411pm 4*'

SDhe edi tor, who, ...all old mens. Neworiean ............ .. .. ..:... ... ;.. ..O p ,i
"Was yobri- pe on Spra n g'sAdvet i t' ba M n omeia .. ......... ... .... ... ...... ....... '.....- 5,
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LEGISLATURE OF TLORIDA:
'te Senate Devotes Most of the Day to
the Revenue BilL .
TALLAHASSEE, Fia., May 3.9.-The
Senate has spent the greater portion
of the day in the consideration of the
general revenue bil'. Senator Hart-
ASdge succeeded in striking o:t the
"express clause" and substituting
therefore a clause that provides that
all express companies< doing business
in cities of 15,000 or more shall pay a
tax of $150, in cities of 10,0t0 $75, of
5,000 $,), of 3,000 $30, and so on down
to cities of 1,000 or less, with a tax of
$5. Hr. Hartridge endeavored to se
cure the aJoption of an amendment
provi Jing that persons engaged in the
distr.bu'ion of railroad circulars other
than the corporations interested
should be tax .l $1,000, which was sup-
planted by an amendment which fixed
the tax at $100. An ineffectual at-
tempt was made to ex, mrt dentists
from the operations of the license, oc-
Scupation tax, and an amendment was
adopted giving cities the right to levy
upon. the property of railroads and
telegraph line; other than the tracks
and wires for unpaid taxes and em-
powering them to make their own as-
sessments.
The House having practically com-
pleted its labors, has been in a highly
hilarious mood all day, and little ,of
consequence .has been accomplished.
SA bill authorizing Brevard,'county to
issue bonds for roads was passed, as
was the one amending section 615,
chapter 4, of the revised statutes, and
. that providing bond trustees for the
town of Kissimmee.
The bill appropriating money for
nmw buildings for the state Insane asy-
-lum was passed, together with a num-
ber of minor measures.
The committee appointed to exam-
ine the bureaus under th-e commis-
slonerof agriculture, made a long re-
port, but there is now little probabil-
ity that Mr. Drew's proposed investi-
gation of the various departments will
ever come to anything.
The Senate is holding a night ses-
sion and to-morrow promises to be a
busy day. I
State Agricultural College,
The commencement exercises of the
8tare Agricultural College at Lake
Cirty will begin on Sunday, June 9th,
and .continue till 8 p. m the following
Wedn sday.'
,, ,..c laureate address yill be
residem, Clute at 1i.La.
ht., ,' -
ay morning, '10th, there
MWiieximination in the' lan-
,guages, dre.parade at 65 p. m., aud a
public me:ting..at 8 p m. by. the
youtig ladies of the Clutonisansoci ry.
Tuesday morning will fe devoted to
junior oratiun-,, .the afternoon to 'a
battatlon drill and competition for the
chamnpioh cup,'and the evening to a
,joint debate by two lierary societies.
"Weduesday will be commencement
day. The literary address will be de-
liv, red in the uorniug and at night
will occur the graduating exercises,
presentation of diplomas, medals, etc
Thursday even ng, June 13th, the
studtuts will have their annual com-
mencement reception.

A Hint to Alachua.
Spcolal lo the OltizOn.
URLAN DO, May29.-Some'speciment
of home-grown tobacco were brought
Into town yesterday.by Henry Carroll,
raised by him on his place near Apop-
ka The leaves were two feet seven
Inches, long by fourteen inches wide,
and of the tine texture so much' de-
sired by the makers qf the high grade
cigars in Cuba. Finer tobacco for
wrappers cannot be found anywhere.
Mr. Carroll is an experienced tobacco
grower, and is of the opinion that as
fine tobacco can be grown in'Orange
county as that found either in Cuba
or Sumatra. The stalks upon which
the leaves were grown were five feet
eight inches in height, and were from
heed planted the last week of Decem-
ber.
AJachua can grow as fine tobacco as
any other county in the state, and our
farmers would do well to give the
matter some consideration.
The Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. (i. Cailloutte, druggist, Beavers-
vile, I, skys: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery Lowe my life. Was taken
'with La Grippe and tried all the phy-
sicians for miles about, but of Do
avail and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store I sent for
a bottle and legan its ouse and from
the first dose began to get better, and
after using three bottles was up and
about again. It ia worth its weight
in pold. We won't keep store or house
without itL" .Get a free trial bottle at
W. C. Wallace's drug store. --adv


Disturbed by a Resolution.
Savannah Kews Special-
TAL.LAKHASSEE, May SO.-The longer
good democrats refle-t uponuthe reso-
lution of Repre3entative Drew of Nas-
, an county, son of ex-Gov. Geor-e F.
brew, providing for an investigation
of a democratic administration, the
more thoroughly amazed they become
over the fact that a man claiming to
be a democrat and certainly elected
by democrats, should be the author of
such a movement, and tbat a house,
a'so elected by democrats should per-
mit such a sweeping measure to be
rai'roaded through that body without
even one member to at least question
the propriety of such an undertaking,
almost on the 'hresnold'of the cam-
paign of 1896
The present legislature. as has long
been the custom at each succeeding
session, at the time thi4 resolution
was introduced, had committees ex-
amining different departments in the
capitol. In the light of tt ese and
other facts, it.is not to be wondered at
that inquiries of this character are of-
ten heard: Is it a raid on the treasu-
ry? Can it be an attempt to band -
cap the party in the interest of certain
ambitious politicians for the next
campaign? Is some ulterior motive
concealed between the lines of this
resolution?
The mere mention of such a move-
ment is thought by some to be sug-
gestive of crookedness in high places,
a direct thrust at, and reflection upon
every democrat connected 'with the
state administration, insinuating, if
not really imputing, dishonesty' ill the
management of affairs in ihe s'ate
house,
The resolution, as passed by the
house, provides that the committee it
seeks to create may sit during the re-
cess and report to the legislature of
1897, which would hold every member
of the cabinet under a ban that would
preclude their seeking renomination,
however much they might desire to do
so; in fact, under such a condition of
affairs, they could not open their
mouths in defense of self, administra-
tion or party. On the other band,
those democrats standing for the par
ty. would have to fight at a great dis-
advantage, having been forced by'
democrats into. a defensive position.
where populists cr other opponents
would hurl all kinds of innuendoes at
them, and direct attention to' the fact
that a democratic committee waW inW
vestigating a decocratic,governor"~U.'Ild
his'eabinet, .* ..' *
'" clait is aTsd made'.that u er'
ihe wording of the'reso ftiiontiere is'
nothing to'preyent the com6ilittee in-
terviewig8 aniy person, taking. their;
statement, given merely -sOa'i opin-
.ion, unsupported, by evidence," 'aid
publishing the same as,' their finding.
It is further suggested that, -as the
resolution provides that each house
shall elect its own members of the pro-
posed committee, it looks 'very much
like a "cut aid dried" scheme to do
some work io the detriment' of the
party or of individual'democraLs--or
both.
The public may rest a-sured 'that
there is not a democrat in thele sate
house at. Tallahass-e 'who fears the
proposed 'committee, or any other
power that mar desire to investigate
them or their departments. In fact,
they, invite a most thorough and
searching Investigation, and will in
every way known to them or that may
be suggested by the committees, as-
sist in this work. '
NoTE.-The Drew resolution was'
killed by the senate yesterday.

Apples in Florida.
Cap we grow apples in Soutlh Flor-
ida? Some say ye', some fa, no. The
way to know is to try. Taber and
other Florida nurserymen gave a list
of five they think will, in a measure,
succeed. These are the Early Harriet,
Early Red Marguerite, Red Astrachan,
Red June and Jennings' Florida. In
March, 1893, we set out five each of
these. Last winter they did not lose
their leaves. Last season they made
slow growth as compared with peaches
and plums. This winter's extra cold
took the leaves. Now they are com-
ing into leaf and on the tip of one
branch on au Astrachan, there is a
bunch of blossoms-the first apple
blossoms. How they gladdened eye
and heart. The apple is not a prom-
ising fruit for Florida, being mbre at
home in a temperate climate; at the
same time if we have a variety or two
that will give us a few apples there
should be no home garden without
them. So will our knowledge of Flor-
ida fruits widen by our experience for
the benefit of those who Are yet to
come to us, to build up homes at Pabor
Lake.-Pabor Lake Pineapple. .
Note heads printed fur P.25 per
1,000 up. Come in and look at samples


S Bucklen's Arnmca Salve.
Tnsu BEST SALVE in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, tett r, Chapp, d
Hand. Chilblains. Corns, and all
a !eand positively cure
pile uired. It is guar-
an rfect satisfaction or
Price 25 cents per
W. C. Wallace.
b work shown and
a ri Good wo-k ar-d low


jlCATION FOR PAR-


concern:
S S -wit: Take notice, that
ho was convicted at the
thie circuit court for Alach-
r fthe crime of murder in
Sd entte ced to imprison-
itentiary for seven years.
on 1o the Ftate Boarl of
rfor full ad complete pardon and res-
o the righib oftiizeiship ucder the
',orsds at Tai'.hn.asb"-. Hrida.
-I r)rFaION EVERtTr.
B%. S. Y. FtSLET, his AUtty.


THE GAINESVILLE


GAS COMPANY
Is -prepared to lay Gas Pipes, do
Plumbing, turnish Gas Fittings and
all necessary appliances lor producing
a good'ghtat. cheap rates. They are
alsoprcepared to fu-mish

G1-S STOVES
which they will sell at Manufacturers
Prices, rent or let on trial. Sewerage
plumbing of all knds. .. Work guaran-
teed to ~ive satisfaction.
Hard'and Soft Coal Constantly on
Hand.


the drug store of J. S.
be promptly att.c-ded
company ja2-d &wtf


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Laige.j'Sample room for com-.
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New beeiry, .- Florida.
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Livery J.Sible In connection with
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Genera,1'; Merchandise.
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San-. Tobacco.
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West B3i ancksonvrtIe, Fe,.
Two < b ifrbm all railroad
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